Tag Archives: Paul Krugman

The Invisible Government

  I welcome the political awakening I see among friends and co-workers, caused in great part by the rise of Donald Trump as the leading Republican candidate, and Bernie Sanders as a challenger to the Democratic establishment candidate, Hillary Clinton. … Continue reading

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We’re All Greeks Now

Who needs an army when you have economists and central bankers? This is the reality we face in an era where debt and austerity are the weapons wielded by modern imperialism. In the aftermath of the Greek referendum rejecting austerity, … Continue reading

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The vandals took the handles

Reading the bizarre¬†effort by Paul Krugman to portray Obama as a great president, it occurred to me that it all could have been different. Newly elected with a huge mandate for reform, Obama had a chance to break the stranglehold … Continue reading

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Neo-feudalism

I have two friends. Let’s call them Dick and Jane. Dick and Jane graduated from an elite liberal arts college where they met and married. They both went on to get advanced degrees: Jane, a masters in language and Dick … Continue reading

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